With long, jet-black hair and a darkly arousing body, one look at Florinda Bolkan and it's obvious this girl is from south of the border--and she loves to expose her southern views. Though raised in the hot climate of Brazil, Florinda found fame and fortune onscreen in the cinemas of Europe and America, which makes it much easier for everybody to appreciate her carnal charms. Her debut was in the Italian John Cassavetes picture Machine Gun McCain (1968). She didn't show off her big guns, but it's still a banging performance. Since then, Florinda has appeared in over forty films, TV series, and made-for-TV movies, including the noteworthy productions Candy (1968), The Last Valley (1971), Royal Flash (1975), The Word (1978), Some Girls (1988), and the hit Italian series La Piovra. This exotic seductress's more nude-worthy ventures began early in her career with Le Voleur de crimes (1968). It stands (and so will audiences . . . in their pants) as one of her skinfully moist explicit entries. But she's gone on to a rich and varied career in nudity, such as Una Ragazza piuttosto complicata (1968), Incontro (1971), Flavia, la monaca musulmana (1974), and La Settima donna (1978). She hasn't done a whole lot of thread shedding since the sexy days of the '70s. That shouldn't stop the mature matron of mams, as sensual stock like hers only appreciates in value with age.
Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (1970) - as Augusta Terzi